Breast liposculture

Breasts can also be modeled on fatty tissue that is quite abundant at this level in case of corpulent patients. Some specialists perform breast reduction by liposuction of glandular fat and periglandular disposition. This method is successful only in selected cases in which the breast is predominantly made of fatty tissue.

Liposculpture also addresses weaker patients who, after breast augmentation with silicone implants, can feel the edges of the implant. By introducing fat at these levels, this shortcoming is resolved.

Recently international efforts have been made to develop a breast augmentation method by autologous fat transfer (microlipofiling). Large amounts of fat have been harvested from other areas and introduced using small cannulae in the bilateral breasts. The operation is extremely meticulous, lasts 6-7 hours and the results are inconsistent. Usually the procedure should be repeated to achieve satisfactory results. There are not many followers of this intervention because it is very expensive and the results do not meet the expectations.
Another indication of mammary liposuction is breast modeling in reconstruction after oncological ablation. Autologous transfer technique can be very useful in getting more consistency to cover as natural as possible breast implant.

Frequently Asked Questions What are the indications of breast liposculpture?
These types of interventions apply to patients where there is excess fatty tissue that can be harvested, transferred and grafted to the breasts. Mammary reduction by liposuction is indicated if a moderate reduction in the mammary gland is desired when there is an appropriate skin turgor at this level when permanent scarring involving a classical breast lift surgery (mastopexy ).
What are the contraindications of breast liposculpture?
The contraindications of the method are severe blood and dermatological diseases, consumptive diseases, excessively high tegumental laxity, low compliance of the patient.
What are the risks of breast liposcience?

Liposuction of the mammary gland, although slightly barbaric, is still without risk because there seems to be no evidence that galactophores cancers are destroyed. During this intervention, the fat between the galactofore ducts is drawn, and they remain intact. Risks are common to any surgery: exaggerated bleeding, haematomas, infections, temporary lack of sensitivity in certain territories.
How long does the breast liposculpture last?
The operation may take from a few minutes to 6-7 hours depending on the amount of work and technique you choose. The remodeling of the breast contour through microlipofilling is an intervention that can last for 15 minutes How long can I recover liposuction?
There is almost all localization, and in all patients, a higher or lower degree of resorption of transplanted fats; Most of the time, patients are informed that a hypocorrection (ie, a little more than it should be) of the areas taken into account, will be done, precisely because about 30-50% of the fat will resorb. Even in these cases, however, another intervention is needed that can be done 5-6 months away, sometimes even faster.

Although treatment is very effective, however, 1% of patients do not get the desired results!
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